Campaign Setting Update

Posted by Daniel On February 11, 2010 ADD COMMENTS

Well, since I haven’t gotten any comments on the possibility of adventure crafting, I will turn to the topic of the Realms of Twilight Campaign Setting book.  I am, thus far, extremely pleased at how this book is turning out.  I think I’m going to be able to fit in almost everything I want.  Unfortunately, it seems that the Knight of the Iron Rose prestige class might end up falling by the way side.  Don’t worry, if I’m lucky enough to keep writing these books the Knight will show his (or her for that matter) face in a supplemental book detailing the Illurian Empire on the continent of Kesuril.

My biggest problem has been coming up with mixture recipes for the Combat Alchemist.  I knew it would be difficult coming up with dozens of mixtures, categorizing them by type and determining their effective level.  And so it has been.  This is the one section I am still constantly adding to.  New magic and mixtures are constantly being added as my mind spawns them.  But I didn’t think anyone would complain about a wider variety of options for those finger wiggling mages and holy symbol wielding clerics.  More options open more possibilities after all.

Plans for GenCon are progressing.  I am currently making all of the arrangments for having a booth in the entrepenuer section of the convention.  I think it’ll be a lot of fun, and I hope to see you all there.

That’s it for now.  Good Gaming to all.

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